Roulet Law Firm has made it easy to avoid some common pitfalls when naming guardians for your kids with our Free Report: "13 Mistakes Parents Make When Naming Guardians for thei Kids." For example, before naming a couple, make sure that you would be comfortable with either spouse to care for your child by themselves, so that if they ever got divorced or one predeceased the other, your kids would still be in good hands.
On the other hand, if you would would not want the spouse of your desired guardian to raise your kids by himself, then you would not want to name the couple as guardians - you would just want to name the one you want. For example, if you want to name your sister as guardian, but would not want her husband to get full custody of your kids if she ever got divorced, then you would just want to name your sister and not her husband.
For more tips on naming guardians for you kids, see our Free Report: "13 Mistakes Parents Make When Naming Guardians for thei Kids."